RPGameX is a new Los Angeles-centric gaming and news site with Action/Adventure & RPG focus. This site was started in April of 2011 and has been running strong with lots of new original content each week.
Lance Roth has over 10 years experience in the video game industry and currently contributes to Examiner.com and blogcritics.org. He has worked with developers along with retail outlets to develop training programs and sales strategies. He participated in all of the major console launches since the Dreamcast. This videogame resume goes all of the way back to when they were written in DOS. You can contact Lance at www.RPGameX.com or email@example.com.
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